When you’ve got a big group of people sleeping in a tent, there’s bound to be a few quibbles and quarrels when you’re all crammed in like sardines – but not with the Oztrail Latitude Dome Tent. This tent has two bedrooms which are separated by a living area and sunroom - so everyone can get a break from each other while still sleeping under one roof.
You get the whole gang together and utilise the entire space, or you can use it with less people and have a more liveable and spacious shelter. The Latitude can be used for both short and long stays, and has good weather protection thanks the UV treated fly and heat taped seams which’ll keep everyone nice and dry. You won’t have to worry about any insects getting in thanks to the No-See-Um mesh on the windows, which’ll also keep fresh air circulating inside the tent.
The geodesic frame of this tent will help to brace your tent against harsher winds, and will keep water from pooling on the top of your tent - so the Latitude will stay sturdy even in miserable weather. You won’t have to stress about everyone’s stuff getting jumbled together, as there are handy side storage lockers at the rear and organiser pockets inside keep everything organised. For the family or group that sometimes need a bit of break from each other, the Oztrail Latitude Dome Tent is a solid option.
Hi, I am just wondering what the real-world difference is between water rating 3000 & 2000? With heavy rain will we get leakage with a 2000?
Basically the higher the water rating, the more the tent can repel that unwelcomed rain cloud. A long light shower can also have an effect on the water resistance of your tent as it will soak the fabric and seams causing wicking through the fabric and dampening the inside of the tent.
One way to help overcome this is to look at purchasing Seam Sealer for under $15 which will increase your waterproofing quite dramatically. The seams are often the part of the tent which tends to leak first so this product adds better waterproofing to the tent to ensure you get to sleep the night in a comfy dry tent.
Hi, do the internal rooms have mesh and solid dividers to create privacy between rooms and are they from floor to ceiling zip up?
I've just got off the phone with Oztrail, and they've confirmed that the Latitude only has a solid door option.
The internal doors definitely zip all the way around, and you can kind of see what this looks like (if you zoom in) on the third image linked on the product page. I hope this was helpful!
Hi....Does this tent have Power cord access ?
I've just checked with Oztrail, and the Latitude definitely has a power cord access port, as well as a light attachment point and organiser pockets.
Is this the same as the oz trail villa? I like the villa has full fly mesh zip up to seperate bedrooms- is this the same?
I've just had a chat with the Oztrail rep about the Latitude vs the Villa, and he's confirmed that they are very similar tents.
Both styles have two bedrooms seperated by a living area, space for 12 people, waterhead rating, awnings and mesh (and fabric) doors to seperate the bedrooms - so there isn't much that seperates the two.
The Villa isn't made anymore so I'd say the Latitude is the closest to that tent in the Oztrail range.
Are the awning poles included with this product? another website mentioned that they aren't.
I've just had a look at the supplier's catalogue and the stock we have, and I've found that the awning poles are not included for the Oztrail Latitude Family Dome Tent.
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